Teaching & Learning


Exploring and understanding e-assessment practice at UCL

14 May 2018

Three events for staff in June focus on using new technologies to assess student work

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All sessions run: 12.30-14.00 hrs

The Great E-Debate: to e-mark or not to e-mark

5th June 2018 12.30-14.00
Cruciform Building, B304 - LT1

Open to all staff and students - A debate focusing on the arguments for and against the move from paper to screen – just what matters and what is central to the debate? The session will include plenty of time for questions from the floor. 

Good Practice in E-assessment

12 June 2018 12.30-14.00
Jeffrey Hall, Institute of Education

Open to all staff and students - A workshop and information session which will present findings from ongoing research by Dr Mary Richardson (UCL IOE) into academics’ E-assessment practices. This session will help both staff and students to understand the key issues in E-assessment and will include practical activities applicable to assessment practice using new technologies in all academic disciplines.

Getting to grips with E-marking (staff only)

19 June 2018 12.30-14.00
PC Lab 2, Institute of Education Library

Open to staff only (training) – you must book for this session.
This session will provide targeted training for UCL staff who want to develop their E-assessment skills; it will comprise information and hands-on activities to practice skills and to provide up to date guidance on using online assessments. 

Register for Getting to Grips with E-Marking (staff only).